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I'm a Doctor and Warn You Never Press This Button on Your Phone

ETNT Health Logo By Kelly Hernandez of ETNT Health | Slide 1 of 9: Your sleep schedule, morning routine, and the way you wake up sets the tone for your entire day. Your circadian rhythm, also known as your body's internal clock, is responsible for the quality and quantity of sleep you get. It's also extremely sensitive to changes in your routine or restfulness as you wake. That's why the unhealthiest thing you can do, long-term, is hitting the snooze button on your alarm in the morning—it can negatively impact your circadian rhythm and throw off your entire day. "An irregular circadian rhythm can have a negative effect on a person's ability to sleep and function properly," according to Harvard Health. Read on—and to ensure your health and the health of others, don't miss these Signs Your Illness is Actually Coronavirus in Disguise.

I'm a Doctor and Warn You Never Press This Button on Your Phone

Your sleep schedule, morning routine, and the way you wake up sets the tone for your entire day. Your circadian rhythm, also known as your body's internal clock, is responsible for the quality and quantity of sleep you get. It's also extremely sensitive to changes in your routine or restfulness as you wake. That's why the unhealthiest thing you can do, long-term, is hitting the snooze button on your alarm in the morning—it can negatively impact your circadian rhythm and throw off your entire day. "An irregular circadian rhythm can have a negative effect on a person's ability to sleep and function properly," according to Harvard Health. Read on—and to ensure your health and the health of others, don't miss these Signs Your Illness is Actually Coronavirus in Disguise.

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